Lucille Ball's first Hollywood home hits the market

A Rare Look Inside Lucille Ball's Home

When Lucille Ball was just starting out, she rented a home in West Hollywood where she lived with her brother, mother and grandfather.

Now on the market for $1.75 million, it's just the kind of classically charming craftsman home where you can imagine the young comedian and actress living.

Check out pictures of the pad below:

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The home's 1,874 square feet include 2 bedrooms and 2 baths, with hardwood floors, crown molding and cozy spots for relaxing. A living room with a wall of windows and a fireplace flows into a dining room where Lucy may have sat at the table practicing lines for her early films.

The updated kitchen features a breakfast nook and French doors that open onto a back deck with a hot tub.

Located near the studios where Lucy first worked, the property boasts avocado and lemon trees for an extra burst of California goodness.

The listing agent is Rhonda Kohn of Keller Williams Realty.

Photos by AcmeStudios.

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